Triumph > Shem-Rah Boo > Spectacle, And The Ladies, Tunnel, Save The Robots Rock Candy > King of the World > Aquatic Ape > Basis for a Day, Pat & Dex > Home Again*, Sister Judy's Soul Shack > Rock Candy ENCORE: Aceetobee, Crystal Ball
Schoeps CCM4V>Lunatec V2>Modified Sony SBM-1
Transfer: Sony PCM-R500>DeltaDIO2496>
Taped and transferred by Kevin Hughes (Jungleoftrips@hotmail.com)
This show is immediately good. Triumph > ShemRahBoo > Spectacle is a run of tight, efficient jams. They go great distances in brief time. The jam after ShemRah changes moods smoothly, evolving into something victorious that sets the stage for Spectacle.
A-minus jams: Triumph > ShemRahBoo > Spectacle
King of the World drifts into an easygoing reggae tempo, then quickly (but smoothly) into something more drastic.
AC2B encore. Short, but well-played.
Straight-A jams: And the Ladies â Vintage Bisco jamming. You know how they can do that jam > thin out > shift up a gear > jam > thin out > shift up to a still higher gear? They do it here, beautifully, and the crowd knows it. Encore-like applause for a song midway through the first set.
Robots has two waves of jams, the first one good, the second one incredible.
Basis is industrial and somewhat unmelodic, but very, very cool and original. Space percussion.
A-plus jams: Aquatic Ape. Without leaving the primary riff, they do some pretty amazing stuff.
Why itâs five stars: This is just a strong show beginning to end. There are no throwaway songs, nothing half-hearted and unjammed. Shows like this, IMHO, separate the Biscuits from any other jam-band playing, because when theyâre at their best, every single song is worth hearing.
March 22, 2005 Subject:
the show was an excellent night of bisco and the les paul guitar sounded great ,, just as good as the hollow body gibson that he usually uses....What a show.
June 30, 2004 Subject:
disc 2 jams hard